Noc2.0

Kaseya NOC Dashboard

A free NOC display for on-premise use

Description

A free add-on for on-premise users that require a stand-alone NOC display.

This is a community-developed, open-source, free add-on for on-premise customers. It provides a configurable, browser-based NOC display suitable for running on a large TV or accessible to your technicians at any time. Users are encouraged to download, modify, extend and tailor for their own use.

The product is built around an Apache webserver and PHP programming language, plus the Microsoft SQL Server add-ins for Apache to allow access directly to the Kaseya SQL database.

The source code and full instructions are distributed via Github at https://github.com/1971Merlin/Kaseya-NOC

Class
Developer
  • Name: Craig Hart
  • Company: MyTech Solutions
  • Website: http://www.mytechsolutions.com.au
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  • Summary
  • Kaseya NOC Dashboard
  • 928 Downloads
  • Released on June 22nd, 2016
  • Reviews
    Gravatar for Jani Neuvonen
    by Jani Neuvonen on January 17th, 2020

    Great dashboard for free! Pretty easy to setup and if you know php then easily customized to suite your own needs.

    Gravatar for Bud Manz
    by Bud Manz on October 19th, 2018

    Very slick interface, there are a couple of modules that are returning 404s but a very nice dashboard!

    Discussion
    Gravatar for James
    James almost 3 years ago

    Love this NOC. It is very useful and displays a tone of information. It offers customization for screens and arrangements.

    Gravatar for Brian Manning
    Brian Manning over 2 years ago

    Agreed, we've used this product for many years and it offers a wealth of information from your VSA database. Really appreciate that it is open source, Craig put a lot of time and effort into this great dashboard!

    Gravatar for Nitin
    Nitin over 2 years ago

    Awesome work!
    Is there any way to open the url from any other machine in the same LAN?

    Gravatar for Nitin
    Nitin over 2 years ago

    Awesome work!
    Is there any way to open the url from any other machine in the same LAN?

    Gravatar for Craig Hart
    Craig Hart over 2 years ago

    The NOC is basically built around a web server, so it's just like accessing any other web server --- open firewall port 80 and browse to the server.

    Gravatar for Mirza Salihagic
    Mirza Salihagic about 1 year ago

    I was wondering if you guys are planning on adding a way to monitor Software Management module. This still works great though :) Thanks!

    Gravatar for Rafeeque chaki
    Rafeeque chaki about 1 year ago

    It's Support Kaseya vsa SAAS 

    Gravatar for JoeO
    JoeO about 1 year ago

    Rafeeque, whats the process of installing/enabling it on the SaaS server?

    Gravatar for Rafeeque chaki
    Rafeeque chaki about 1 year ago

    Joseph ,

    I am also want to know installation in to saas ?

    Gravatar for JoeO
    JoeO about 1 year ago

    Ah, it was a question, sounded more like a statement. The answer is you cant, unless the K SaaS folks would be kind enough to add this all SaaS instances 

    Gravatar for sgoldr255l
    sgoldr255l 11 months ago

    I am sorry, it not absolutely approaches me. Perhaps there are still variants?

    Gravatar for Mirza Salihagic
    Mirza Salihagic 3 months ago

    I was wondering if this is compatible with Microsoft SQL 2016?

    Gravatar for Paul Reed
    Paul Reed 3 months ago

    Parts of this are starting to break.. the status bar at the bottom now throws a bunch of undefined index errors in the getkserverstats.php.




    Gravatar for Craig Hart
    Craig Hart 3 months ago

    there is no reason it  would not work on SQL 2016 that I can think of. Make sure you have the correct version of the Microsoft SQL plug-in for PHP.


    As for things breaking - works fine for me with the current Kaseya version (9.5.0.23); the database hasn't changed as far as I know; post your K version & patch level please.


    Gravatar for Paul Reed
    Paul Reed 3 months ago

    9.5.0.23

    we recently deployed mspassist with service desk.. installing service desk was a major issue.. schema updates failing.. several times during the process. kaseya techs manually adding rows to tables etc.. it was a long process. 

    Gravatar for Craig Hart
    Craig Hart 3 months ago

    It sounds like your database still isn't 100% healthy. In this scenario I doubt there is much I can do, as I simply work with what's in the database; if what's expected isn't there or is corrupt, so my software will fail.


    Gravatar for Mirza Salihagic
    Mirza Salihagic 3 months ago

    Figured out my issue. OBDC11 works fine for SQL 2016. Just had to go in and change all the ports in my SQL server to use the correct one :). Thanks for your help! Always check ports!

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    Boriskarbaw about 2 months ago

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